Shifting payer rules, rampant regulatory changes, bundle payments... who's keeping up?

We are. And we’re doing so for you. Your payer mix, staffing issues, denial rates, revenue cycle KPIs — or whatever is keeping you up at night — it’s all familiar territory for us. More than just “having your back,” when it comes to running your back office, we resolve, improve, and deliver revenue results you’ll see at your bottom line.

The Challenge

The sheer volume of patients carrying some form of insurance is on the rise, as are multiple, varied plans available. Meanwhile, regulatory shifts are breeding uncertainty, and payers are continually changing their rules.  In this environment, the strategy you set for insurance A/R follow-up must be nimble and dynamic, as it is more essential to your revenue stream than ever before.

What’s your impending insurance A/R follow-up need?

  • Ongoing insurance resolution
  • Insurance resolution projects defined by age or payer
  • Denials management and prevention

The Solution

Let’s get your claims paid right

You may be singularly focused on your bottom line. Maybe you're beyond-frustrated with a payer or always short-staffed. Or maybe you're working hard to identify where you can gain greater efficiency and cost control.

The processes, people and performance we bring to your insurance A/R follow-up will both scale and speed your claims resolution, sparing you from heavy tech investments, supplementing your staff, and delivering additional benefits that stretch far past your total revenue.


Let’s do more than manage denials – let’s prevent them

Denials are inevitable. Yet with the right combination of technology and work prioritization, identifying trends and truly mastering the capabilities of your patient accounting system, your clean claim rate can meet best practice standards.

Testimonial What Our Client Said

Director Patient Accounting 

Physician Services, Midwestern Academic Medical Group

MediRevv has done a tremendous job responding to my concerns with work queue management, as they are nimble and strategic with staffing, continuing to manage to my expectations. They are a trusted partner I can go to again and again to get the job done.

Optimize your internal resources while we maximize your revenue performance

Your staff will be free to focus on other revenue cycle imperatives when our revenue cycle representatives (who already know your system, really!) work your accounts.

Our team members understand the revenue cycle both upstream and downstream from their daily work. Combining their knowledge with the tools and automation we put at their fingertips — from prioritizing claim follow up across all your payers, to identifying claim status, to reporting root cause denial trends and more — they take pride in the many ways they bring efficiency and progression to your business office.

Vice President of Revenue Cycle

Not-for-Profit Community Health System

There are two factors driving the success of our revenue cycle project with MediRevv: the customer piece has been very strong, and they’ve done an excellent job collecting for us. We’ve found MediRevv’s team members to be pleasant to work with, easy-going, knowledgeable and committed to our joint success.

Recent Posts
on Insurance A/R Follow-Up
February 22, 2018
6 Tips on How to Avoid Delayed Insurance Claim Payments

Claim denials and delayed reimbursements are a fact of life for most if not all healthcare organizations. In a recent revenue cycle survey from...

October 5, 2017
8 Steps to Financial Clearance

One of the most critical components of a best practice revenue cycle is strong financial clearance. This functional point of treatment is...

June 29, 2017
Quick Check: Are You Getting the Most Revenue From Your A/R?

Is your healthcare organization really getting the most revenue possible out of your insurance A/R? Accounting for the many steps in the life cycle...

June 15, 2017
5 Training Tips For Your Front Line To Improve Claims Submission

Like a football team, every medical office has an offensive line.  The offensive line is responsible for protecting the quarterback and ensuring that...

June 8, 2017
Work Strategies: 3 Things to Consider for Insurance A/R Claim Follow-Up

How well do you know your current A/R inventory? When creating actionable work strategies to maximize payer reimbursements for insurance accounts...

March 23, 2017
Hands Off: Technology Reduces Manual Claim Follow Up Efforts

Bill Gates once said, “The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the...

March 16, 2017
How to Manage Payer Policy Changes Today

If you’ve been tuned into the current news in healthcare you’ll know that the proposed $37,000,000,000 (yes, that’s billion dollar) merger between...

February 21, 2017
Stop, Look and Listen: What Story Does Your Aged A/R Tell You?

Aging claims may not have been touched for a long time, but why?

Sssh, listen. Do you hear that?

Your aged A/R is trying to tell you something....

June 15, 2016
Removing the Guesswork from Accounts Receivable Insurance Follow up

We're willing to bet that the sweeping changes occurring in insurance today are leaving their mark on your revenue cycle. Backlogs and denials are...

April 29, 2016
Self Pay Collections and Insurance A/R Needs THIS From Your Offices

Nearly every healthcare organization is challenged by the tension between their patient access (front office) processes and their business office (or...

April 1, 2016
How myQ Enhances Your Insurance Claims Management

What could a workflow tool named myQ possibly do to streamline insurance claim follow-up? And, really, what would an ideal, everything-in-one-spot...

March 4, 2016
Why Insurance Denials Management is All About Process

Insurance claim denials happen to the best of us. In fact, it’s often payers that make sure they are inevitable. But, there’s no room for complacency...

December 11, 2015
Elizabeth Woodcock on Insurance Follow up: Timeless Advice

Fill in the blank. Most of the revenue coming into my practice or organization is from ________.

Yes, of course. Payers. That’s why insurance follow...

December 8, 2015
Be Prepared for Disruptions in the Health Exchange Market

Beep...beep...beep...can you hear the "reverse" warning? Someone's backing up (or out, as the case may be).

The future is unclear for the nation’s...

December 3, 2015
Dealing with Denials: Another Look at Some Great Advice

Let’s face it: next to the health of your patients, there are few things as important as the financial health of your organization.We’ve been talking...

October 28, 2015
Four Medicaid-specific enrollment strategies and proof they actually work

Here is something to make your day a little sunnier...four carefully laid out, actionable strategies that can bring positive change for increased...

September 1, 2015
Case Study: 76.8% of Insurance Backlog Resolved, and More

Twenty years with one accounting system meant it was time for change, but that one change led to some revenue cycle issues that needed immediate...

June 4, 2015
Making the Business Office Transition for High Deductible Health Plans

Providers today have a constant quest: to keep up, find new ways of creating better payment programs and bring new ideas into the business office. In...

May 6, 2015
Woodcock Wisdom: Identifying Underprofile Payments

Guest blogger Elizabeth Woodcock wraps up her series this week. She covered a hot self pay topic with Creating Payment Plans that Actually Work, Part...

April 29, 2015
Woodcock Wisdom: Denials - Your Treasure Chest

Guest blogger Elizabeth Woodcock switches her focus this week from self pay (Creating Payment Plans that Actually Work, Part 1 and Part 2) to...

November 4, 2014
Business office expenditures are on the rise, part 2

As we noted in the first installment of this two-part blog series, several factors are driving up the costs of business operations for US providers....

October 24, 2014
Business office expenditures for providers are on the rise
At healthcare provider organizations across the US, business office expenditures are on the rise.

As the MGMA recently reported in its Cost Survey:...

October 16, 2014
HIE grace periods: another reason to pre-qualify patients

We’ve talked before about the importance of up-front patient qualification. Today’s blog topic centers on an increasingly common scenario relating to...

October 11, 2014
Partnering together to liquidate 91% of aged insurance accounts
“We chose the name Dignity Health because the value of dignity is woven into the fabric of our culture. Our mission, vision and values were all...
September 30, 2014
Let it go! The curse of “dead” A/R

Let’s talk about A/R aged over 90 days, or 120 days, or 365 days. How “aged” is too aged?

This is a common hurdle faced by many organizations hit...

September 18, 2014
HIPAA Codes and Improved Workflow

Every provider seeks to improve workflows and enhance efficiencies, yet many hospitals and physician practices don’t utilize one of the key ways to...

September 16, 2014
Communicate Early to Minimize Delayed Payments

“You’ve made a mistake, I shouldn’t owe this much. I’ve never owed anything except my copay before.” Sound familiar? If you’re a healthcare provider,...

September 4, 2014
Some states show improvement when it comes to number of uninsured

Forgive us for overstating the obvious, but when more people have health insurance it’s good news for healthcare providers. More people having...

March 27, 2014
Dignity Health: The Challenge of Managing Aging Insurance Accounts During Rapid Growth

Changes. Challenges. Foreboding deadlines. Par for the course in our healthcare industry. That’s why, on occasion, we like to share the success...

March 7, 2014
Dealing with Denials

Denials equate to lost money. Not just sometimes, every time. In fact it costs providers an average of $14.92 to process, resolve and resubmit each...

December 6, 2013
MediRevv helps large multi-specialty practice overcome cash shortage

For Hartford HealthCare Medical Group, it was time.

Time to be serious about improving the organization’s overall cash performance. Time to be...

October 23, 2013
MediRevv Service Spotlight: Revenue Integrity

Here is the fifth post in the MediRevv Services Spotlight series. (Previously: self pay, insurance, full service business office outsource, ...

August 30, 2013
MediRevv Service Spotlight: Insurance Extended Business Office Services

Here is the second in the MediRevv Services Spotlight series. (Previously: self pay.)

There is an age-old trade-off in patient accounting: If you...

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